This handbook offers a systematic historical presentation of the phenomenon of narrative and its research. In addition to covering basic terminology and issues in literary and intermedial narrative, the volume also serves as an introduction to transdisciplinary aspects of narrative in legal studies, medicine, and business.
Offers a systematic historical presentation of the phenomenon of narrative
Presents readable, detailed essays by international experts with copious examples
Develops multimedial narrative concepts and narrative in disciplines beyond literature
Martin Huber, University ofBayreuth, Germany; Wolf Schmid, University ofHamburg, Germany.
"[...] der Sammelband [erfüllt] nahezu alle Anforderungen, die man an ein Handbuch stellen kann." Thomas Schulz in: Monatshefte 110/4 (2018), 668-670